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north truro air station

Now the destination of curious visitors to Cape Cod, the North Truro Air Station maintains a unique history. Spurred by Russia testing its first atomic bomb, the North Truro Air Station was born in the early 1950s. Its location was utilized to monitor Soviet bombers, as one of the first radar listening stations.

Decommissioned, however, in the mid 1990s at the end of the Cold War, most of the land of the abandoned military site came under control of the National Park Service, and part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Still though, its old barracks, officers’ quarters, buildings and even a bowling alley remain. While the radar dishes are no longer there, the concrete pads where they used to stand remain in the ground.

Some buildings have been renovated

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With magical destinations around every corner, North Truro provides a wealth of choices for locals and visitors alike.  From the vineyards to the historic sites and fabulous restaurants, North Truro has it all!

Truro Vineyards

Wine aficionados from around the world descend on the Truro Vineyards each season to experience some of the best flavors of Cape Cod.  With a tasting room and a gift shop tucked away within a restored 1830s farmhouse, Truro Vineyards provides tours from Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day.

Along with wine tastings and tours, Truro Vineyards also offers rum tasting and distillery tours.  This family-owned business sells wine accessories, locally produced artwork and some gourmet food items, too.  You’ll find Truro Vineyards

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